The neck muscles consist of the platysma, splenius cervicis, sternocleidomastoid(eus), longus colli, the anterior, medius, and posterior scalenes, digastric(us), stylohyoid(eus), mylohyoid(eus), geniohyoid(eus), sternohyoid(eus), omohyoid(eus), sternothyroid(eus), and thyrohyoid(eus).
The part of a human or animal body connecting the HEAD to the rest of the body.
Contractile tissue that produces movement in animals.
Voluntary or involuntary motion of head that may be relative to or independent of body; includes animals and humans.
Discomfort or more intense forms of pain that are localized to the cervical region. This term generally refers to pain in the posterior or lateral regions of the neck.
Soft tissue tumors or cancer arising from the mucosal surfaces of the LIP; oral cavity; PHARYNX; LARYNX; and cervical esophagus. Other sites included are the NOSE and PARANASAL SINUSES; SALIVARY GLANDS; THYROID GLAND and PARATHYROID GLANDS; and MELANOMA and non-melanoma skin cancers of the head and neck. (from Holland et al., Cancer Medicine, 4th ed, p1651)
Recording of the changes in electric potential of muscle by means of surface or needle electrodes.
The upper part of the human body, or the front or upper part of the body of an animal, typically separated from the rest of the body by a neck, and containing the brain, mouth, and sense organs.
A symptom, not a disease, of a twisted neck. In most instances, the head is tipped toward one side and the chin rotated toward the other. The involuntary muscle contractions in the neck region of patients with torticollis can be due to congenital defects, trauma, inflammation, tumors, and neurological or other factors.
A subtype of striated muscle, attached by TENDONS to the SKELETON. Skeletal muscles are innervated and their movement can be consciously controlled. They are also called voluntary muscles.
The protein constituents of muscle, the major ones being ACTINS and MYOSINS. More than a dozen accessory proteins exist including TROPONIN; TROPOMYOSIN; and DYSTROPHIN.
Unstriated and unstriped muscle, one of the muscles of the internal organs, blood vessels, hair follicles, etc. Contractile elements are elongated, usually spindle-shaped cells with centrally located nuclei. Smooth muscle fibers are bound together into sheets or bundles by reticular fibers and frequently elastic nets are also abundant. (From Stedman, 25th ed)
A process leading to shortening and/or development of tension in muscle tissue. Muscle contraction occurs by a sliding filament mechanism whereby actin filaments slide inward among the myosin filaments.
Muscles of facial expression or mimetic muscles that include the numerous muscles supplied by the facial nerve that are attached to and move the skin of the face. (From Stedman, 25th ed)
Large, multinucleate single cells, either cylindrical or prismatic in shape, that form the basic unit of SKELETAL MUSCLE. They consist of MYOFIBRILS enclosed within and attached to the SARCOLEMMA. They are derived from the fusion of skeletal myoblasts (MYOBLASTS, SKELETAL) into a syncytium, followed by differentiation.
The nonstriated involuntary muscle tissue of blood vessels.
A continuing periodic change in displacement with respect to a fixed reference. (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 6th ed)
Pathological processes of the inner ear (LABYRINTH) which contains the essential apparatus of hearing (COCHLEA) and balance (SEMICIRCULAR CANALS).
Sensory functions that transduce stimuli received by proprioceptive receptors in joints, tendons, muscles, and the INNER EAR into neural impulses to be transmitted to the CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM. Proprioception provides sense of stationary positions and movements of one's body parts, and is important in maintaining KINESTHESIA and POSTURAL BALANCE.
An increase in the rate of speed.
The posterior part of the temporal bone. It is a projection of the petrous bone.
Developmental events leading to the formation of adult muscular system, which includes differentiation of the various types of muscle cell precursors, migration of myoblasts, activation of myogenesis and development of muscle anchorage.
The position or attitude of the body.
Part of the back and base of the CRANIUM that encloses the FORAMEN MAGNUM.
Muscular contractions characterized by increase in tension without change in length.
Hyperextension injury to the neck, often the result of being struck from behind by a fast-moving vehicle, in an automobile accident. (From Segen, The Dictionary of Modern Medicine, 1992)
Portion of midbrain situated under the dorsal TECTUM MESENCEPHALI. The two ventrolateral cylindrical masses or peduncles are large nerve fiber bundles providing a tract of passage between the FOREBRAIN with the HINDBRAIN. Ventral MIDBRAIN also contains three colorful structures: the GRAY MATTER (PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY), the black substance (SUBSTANTIA NIGRA), and the RED NUCLEUS.
A state arrived at through prolonged and strong contraction of a muscle. Studies in athletes during prolonged submaximal exercise have shown that muscle fatigue increases in almost direct proportion to the rate of muscle glycogen depletion. Muscle fatigue in short-term maximal exercise is associated with oxygen lack and an increased level of blood and muscle lactic acid, and an accompanying increase in hydrogen-ion concentration in the exercised muscle.
Skeletal muscle fibers characterized by their expression of the Type II MYOSIN HEAVY CHAIN isoforms which have high ATPase activity and effect several other functional properties - shortening velocity, power output, rate of tension redevelopment. Several fast types have been identified.
The resection or removal of the innervation of a muscle or muscle tissue.
The positioning and accommodation of eyes that allows the image to be brought into place on the FOVEA CENTRALIS of each eye.
Skeletal muscle fibers characterized by their expression of the Type I MYOSIN HEAVY CHAIN isoforms which have low ATPase activity and effect several other functional properties - shortening velocity, power output, rate of tension redevelopment.
Drugs used in the treatment of movement disorders. Most of these act centrally on dopaminergic or cholinergic systems. Among the most important clinically are those used for the treatment of Parkinson disease (ANTIPARKINSON AGENTS) and those for the tardive dyskinesias.
Use of electric potential or currents to elicit biological responses.
The first seven VERTEBRAE of the SPINAL COLUMN, which correspond to the VERTEBRAE of the NECK.
Non-striated, elongated, spindle-shaped cells found lining the digestive tract, uterus, and blood vessels. They are derived from specialized myoblasts (MYOBLASTS, SMOOTH MUSCLE).
Mitochondria of skeletal and smooth muscle. It does not include myocardial mitochondria for which MITOCHONDRIA, HEART is available.
Neurons which activate MUSCLE CELLS.
An oval, bony chamber of the inner ear, part of the bony labyrinth. It is continuous with bony COCHLEA anteriorly, and SEMICIRCULAR CANALS posteriorly. The vestibule contains two communicating sacs (utricle and saccule) of the balancing apparatus. The oval window on its lateral wall is occupied by the base of the STAPES of the MIDDLE EAR.
The act, process, or result of passing from one place or position to another. It differs from LOCOMOTION in that locomotion is restricted to the passing of the whole body from one place to another, while movement encompasses both locomotion but also a change of the position of the whole body or any of its parts. Movement may be used with reference to humans, vertebrate and invertebrate animals, and microorganisms. Differentiate also from MOTOR ACTIVITY, movement associated with behavior.
The properties, processes, and behavior of biological systems under the action of mechanical forces.
The muscles that move the eye. Included in this group are the medial rectus, lateral rectus, superior rectus, inferior rectus, inferior oblique, superior oblique, musculus orbitalis, and levator palpebrae superioris.
General or unspecified injuries to the neck. It includes injuries to the skin, muscles, and other soft tissues of the neck.
One of two types of muscle in the body, characterized by the array of bands observed under microscope. Striated muscles can be divided into two subtypes: the CARDIAC MUSCLE and the SKELETAL MUSCLE.
Awareness of oneself in relation to time, place and person.
Skeletal muscle structures that function as the MECHANORECEPTORS responsible for the stretch or myotactic reflex (REFLEX, STRETCH). They are composed of a bundle of encapsulated SKELETAL MUSCLE FIBERS, i.e., the intrafusal fibers (nuclear bag 1 fibers, nuclear bag 2 fibers, and nuclear chain fibers) innervated by SENSORY NEURONS.
That phase of a muscle twitch during which a muscle returns to a resting position.
The domestic cat, Felis catus, of the carnivore family FELIDAE, comprising over 30 different breeds. The domestic cat is descended primarily from the wild cat of Africa and extreme southwestern Asia. Though probably present in towns in Palestine as long ago as 7000 years, actual domestication occurred in Egypt about 4000 years ago. (From Walker's Mammals of the World, 6th ed, p801)
Elements of limited time intervals, contributing to particular results or situations.
The coordination of a sensory or ideational (cognitive) process and a motor activity.
A vague complaint of debility, fatigue, or exhaustion attributable to weakness of various muscles. The weakness can be characterized as subacute or chronic, often progressive, and is a manifestation of many muscle and neuromuscular diseases. (From Wyngaarden et al., Cecil Textbook of Medicine, 19th ed, p2251)
These include the muscles of the DIAPHRAGM and the INTERCOSTAL MUSCLES.
Conical muscular projections from the walls of the cardiac ventricles, attached to the cusps of the atrioventricular valves by the chordae tendineae.
The anterior pair of the quadrigeminal bodies which coordinate the general behavioral orienting responses to visual stimuli, such as whole-body turning, and reaching.
Motion of an object in which either one or more points on a line are fixed. It is also the motion of a particle about a fixed point. (From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)

Histological characteristics of sternoclavicular beta 2-microglobulin amyloidosis and clues for its histogenesis. (1/399)

BACKGROUND: The pathogenesis of beta 2-microglobulin amyloidosis (A beta 2m) has yet to be fully elucidated. METHODS: We describe the distribution and extent of A beta 2m deposition and macrophagic infiltration in cartilage, capsule, and synovium of sternoclavicular joints obtained postmortem from 54 patients after 3 to 244 (median 46) months of dialysis. Twenty-four nonuremic patients served as a control group. The diagnosis of amyloidosis (A) rested on a positive Congo Red staining (typical birefringence) and that of A beta 2m on positive immunostaining of the A deposits with a monoclonal anti-beta 2m antibody. The size of A deposits was measured. RESULTS: A beta 2m was detected in 32 (59%), and non-beta 2m amyloid (Anon beta 2m) was detected in an additional 8 (15%) of the 54 dialyzed patients. A beta 2m deposits were present in the cartilage of all A beta 2m (+) patients (100%). They were localized solely in the cartilage in 27% of the cases, either as a thin patchy layer or as a continuous thicker layer (identified as stage I). A beta 2m was additionally present in the capsule and/or synovium without macrophages in 27% of the cases (identified as stage II). The correlation between the size of cartilaginous deposits and dialysis duration (P = 0.02) as well as with the prevalence (P = 0.03) and size of capsular deposits (P = 0.02) suggests that stage II is a later stage of A deposition. Clusters of macrophages were detected around capsular and synovial amyloid deposits in 46% of the cases (identified as stage III). The longer duration of dialysis in those with stage III as well as the relationship between the size of the A beta 2m deposits and the prevalence of macrophagic infiltration suggests that stage III is the last stage of A beta 2m deposition. Marginal bone erosions were observed in 9 out of 12 patients with stage III deposits. Their size was correlated with that of cartilaginous deposits (P = 0.01). Among the 24 control patients, Anon beta 2m was detected in 12 patients (cartilage 100%, capsule 8%, synovium 30%). CONCLUSIONS: The earliest stage of A beta 2m deposition occurs in the cartilage. A beta 2m subsequently extends to capsule and synovium. These two first stages do not require macrophage infiltration. Macrophages are eventually recruited around larger synovial or capsular deposits in the final stage. Marginal bone erosions develop in this late stage.  (+info)

The prevalence and CT appearance of the levator claviculae muscle: a normal variant not to be mistaken for an abnormality. (2/399)

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: The levator claviculae muscle is an infrequently recognized variant in humans, occurring in 2% to 3% of the population, and has rarely been reported in the radiologic or anatomic literature. The importance of this muscle to radiologists is in distinguishing it from an abnormality; most commonly, cervical adenopathy. After discovering this muscle on the CT scans of two patients during routine clinical examinations, we conducted a study to determine the prevalence and appearance of the muscle on CT studies. METHODS: We evaluated 300 CT scans that adequately depicted the expected location of the muscle. The most superior level in which the muscle could be identified and the apparent location of insertion on the clavicle were recorded for all subjects in whom the muscle was detected. RESULTS: Seven levator claviculae muscles were identified in six subjects (2%). It was bilateral in one, on the left in four, and on the right in one. It was identified up to the level of the transverse process of C3 in all cases. The insertion was the middle third of the clavicle for two muscles and the lateral third of the clavicle for the remaining five muscles. CONCLUSION: Because the levator claviculae muscle will most likely be encountered during a radiologist's career, it is important to recognize this muscle as a variant and not as an abnormality.  (+info)

Cervical electromyographic activity during low-speed rear impact. (3/399)

Whiplash motion of the neck is characterized by having an extension-flexion motion of the neck. It has been previously assumed that muscles do not play a role in the injury. Eight healthy males were seated in a car seat mounted on a sled. The sled was accelerated by a spring mechanism. Muscle electromyographic (EMG) activity was measured by wire electrodes in semi-spinalis capitis, splenius capitis, and levator scapulae. Surface EMG activity was measured over trapezius and sternocleidomastoideus. Wavelet analysis was used to establish the onset of muscle activity with respect to sled movement. Shorter reaction times were found to be as low as 13.2 ms from head acceleration and 65.6 ms from sled acceleration. Thus the muscles could influence the injury pattern. It is of interest that clinical symptoms are often attributed to muscle tendon injuries.  (+info)

Effect of gaze on postural responses to neck proprioceptive and vestibular stimulation in humans. (4/399)

1. We studied the effect of gaze orientation on postural responses evoked by vibration of neck dorsal muscles or by galvanic stimulation of the vestibular system during quiet standing in healthy humans. Various gaze orientations were obtained by different combinations of horizontal head-on-feet (-90, -45, 0, 45, 90 deg) and eye-in-orbit (-30, 0, 30 deg) positions. The instantaneous centre of foot pressure was recorded with a force platform. 2. With a symmetrical position of the vibrator relative to the spine, neck muscle vibration elicited a body sway in the direction of the head naso-occipital axis when the eyes were aligned with it. The same result was obtained both during head rotations and when the head and trunk were rotated together. 3. For lateral eye deviations, the direction of the body sway was aligned with gaze orientation. The effect of gaze was present both with eyes open and eyes closed. After long-lasting (1 min) lateral fixation of the target the effect of gaze decreased significantly. 4. Postural responses to galvanic vestibular stimulation tended to occur orthogonal to the head naso-occipital axis (towards the anodal ear) but in eight of the 11 subjects the responses were also biased by the direction of gaze. 5. The prominent effect of gaze in reorienting automatic postural reactions indicates that both neck proprioceptive and vestibular stimuli are processed in the context of visual control of posture. The results point out the importance of a viewer-centred frame of reference for processing multisensory information.  (+info)

Intramuscular desmoid tumor (musculoaponeurotic fibromatosis) in two horses. (5/399)

Intramuscular desmoid tumors (musculoaponeurotic fibromatosis) were discovered in two young adult horses. The tumor in one horse was in the lateral cervical musculature, and that in the second horse occurred in the pectoral musculature. Histopathologic features were similar in both horses and included proliferation of fibroblasts and cells expressing muscle actin (myofibroblasts), with extensive dissecting fibrosis within muscle. These features are similar to those of desmoid tumors in humans, particularly those also known as musculoaponeurotic fibromatosis. Dissection of these lesions revealed a single central (horse No. 1) or multiple central (horse No. 2) fluid-filled cavities with associated sterile inflammation. The presence of these cavities supports the hypothesis that equine desmoid tumors are traumatic in origin, possibly occurring at sites of injections or bursal rupture. Surgical excision of the tumor in horse No. 1 was apparently curative, but the extent of the tumor in horse No. 2 precluded surgical excision.  (+info)

Use of a platysma myocutaneous flap for the reimplantation of a severed ear: experience with five cases. (6/399)

CONTEXT: The traumatic loss of an ear greatly affects the patient because of the severe aesthetic deformity it entails. The characteristic format of the ear, with a fine skin covering a thin and elastic cartilage, is not found anywhere else in the human body. Thus, to reconstruct an ear, the surgeon may try to imitate it by sculpting cartilage and covering it with skin. OBJECTIVE: To use a platysma myocutaneous flap for the reimplantation of a severed ear in humans. DESIGN: Case report. SETTING: Emergency unit of the university hospital, Faculty of Medicine, Ribeirao Preto - USP. CASE REPORT: Five cases are reported, with whole ear reimplantation in 3 of them and only segments in 2 cases. The surgical technique used was original and was based on the principle of auricular cartilage revascularization using the platysma muscle. We implanted traumatically severed auricular cartilage into the platysma muscle. The prefabricated ear was later transferred to its original site in the form of a myocutaneous-cartilaginous flap. Of the 5 cases treated using this technique, 4 were successful. In these 4 cases the reimplanted ears showed no short- or long-term problems, with an aesthetic result quite close to natural appearance. In one case there was necrosis of the entire flap, with total loss of the ear. The surgical technique described is simple and utilizes the severed ear of the patient. Its application is excellent for skin losses in the auricular region or for the ear itself, thus obviating the need for microsurgery or the use of protheses or grafts.  (+info)

Differences in expression of acetylcholinesterase and collagen Q control the distribution and oligomerization of the collagen-tailed forms in fast and slow muscles. (7/399)

The collagen-tailed forms of acetylcholinesterase (AChE) are accumulated at mammalian neuromuscular junctions. The A(4), A(8), and A(12) forms are expressed differently in the rat fast and slow muscles; the sternomastoid muscle contains essentially the A(12) form at end plates, whereas the soleus muscle also contains extrajunctional A(4) and A(8) forms. We show that collagen Q (ColQ) transcripts become exclusively junctional in the adult sternomastoid but remain uniformly expressed in the soleus. By coinjecting Xenopus oocytes with AChE(T) and ColQ mRNAs, we reproduced the muscle patterns of collagen-tailed forms. The soleus contains transcripts ColQ1 and ColQ1a, whereas the sternomastoid only contains ColQ1a. Collagen-tailed AChE represents the first evidence that synaptic components involved in cholinergic transmission may be differently regulated in fast and slow muscles.  (+info)

Frequency analysis of EMG activity in patients with idiopathic torticollis. (8/399)

The pathophysiology of idiopathic dystonic torticollis is unclear and there is no simple test that confirms the diagnosis and excludes a psychogenic or voluntary torticollis in individual patients. We recorded EMG activity in the sternocleidomastoid (SCM) and splenius capitis (SPL) muscles of eight patients with rotational torticollis and eight age-matched controls, and analysed the signals in the frequency and time domains. All control subjects but one showed a significant peak in the autospectrum of the SPL EMG at 10-12 Hz, which was absent in all patients with torticollis. Conversely, patients with torticollis had evidence of a 4-7 Hz drive to the SPL and SCM that was absent in coherence spectra from controls. The pooled cumulant density estimates revealed a peak in both groups, and within the patient group there was a second narrow subpeak with a width of 13 ms. The activity in the SCM and SPL was in phase in the patients but not in the controls. The lack of any phase difference and the suggestion of short-term synchronization between SCM and SPL are consistent with an abnormal corticoreticular and corticospinal drive in dystonic torticollis. Clinically, the pattern of SPL EMG autospectra and of SCM-SPL coherence may provide a sensitive and specific feature distinguishing dystonic from psychogenic torticollis.  (+info)

TY - JOUR. T1 - Neck muscle fatigue and postural control in patients with whiplash injury. AU - Stapley, Paul J.. AU - Beretta, Maria Vittoria. AU - Toffola, Elena Dalla. AU - Schieppati, Marco. PY - 2006/3. Y1 - 2006/3. N2 - Objectives: To examine if patients with whiplash injury show identifiable increases in neck muscle fatigability and associated increase in postural body sway after contractions of dorsal neck muscles, and if physiotherapy treatment reduces these effects. Methods: Sway was measured during stance in 13 patients before and after 5 min of isometric dorsal neck muscle contractions and after recovery, pre- and post-physiotherapy, using a force platform. Amplitude and median frequency of neck muscle EMG were calculated during the contracting period. After each stance trial, patients gave a subjective score of sway. Results: Pre-treatment, seven patients showed EMG signs of fatigue (increases in amplitude, decreases in median frequency) and increases in sway (eyes closed) after ...
The mylohyoid muscle is flat and triangular, and is situated immediately superior to the anterior belly of the digastric muscle. It is a pharyngeal muscle (derived from the first pharyngeal arch) and classified as one of the suprahyoid muscles. Together, the paired mylohyoid muscles form a muscular floor for the oral cavity of the mouth.[3] The two mylohyoid muscles arise from the mandible at the mylohyoid line, which extends from the mandibular symphysis in front to the last molar tooth behind. The posterior fibers pass inferomedially and insert at anterior surface of the hyoid bone. The medial fibres of the two mylohyoid muscles unite in a midline raphe (where the two muscles intermesh).[4] The mylohyoid muscle separates the sublingual space from the submandibular space, which communicate via a lateral gap between the mylohyoid and hyoglossus muscles at the posterior free margin of mylohyoid muscle.[5] The submandibular gland wraps around the edges of the mylohyoid, and is divided into ...
The semispinalis cervicis (semispinalis colli), thicker than the semispinalis dorsi, arises by a series of tendinous and fleshy fibers from the transverse processes of the upper five or six thoracic vertebræ, and is inserted into the cervical spinous processes, from the axis to the fifth inclusive. The fasciculus connected with the axis is the largest, and is chiefly muscular in structure. ...
It arises from the lower half of the nuchal ligament, from the spinous process of the seventh cervical vertebra, and from the spinous processes of the upper three or four thoracic vertebrae. The fibers of the muscle are directed upward and laterally and are inserted, under cover of the sternocleidomastoideus, into the mastoid process of the temporal bone, and into the rough surface on the occipital bone just below the lateral third of the superior nuchal line. The splenius capitis is deep to sternocleidomastoideus at the mastoid process, and to the trapezius for its lower portion. It is one of the muscles that forms the floor of the posterior triangle of the neck. The splenius capitis muscle is innervated by the posterior ramus of spinal nerves C3 and C4. ...
Objective: To evaluate the capacity of the ultrasound-based method of speckle tracking analysis to detect changes in multilayered dorsal neck muscle activity induced by performing a lifting task. Subjects: Twenty-one healthy individuals. Design: Participants performed a loaded lifting task in 3 different postural orientations of the neck (neutral, flexed and forward head posture). Ultrasound images were recorded and speckle tracking analysis was used to quantify muscle deformation and deformation rate over 3 equal time-periods during the lifting sequence (rest, mid-lift and end-lift). Results: Significant main effects of postural orientation for the deformation measure (p,0.05) and time for the deformation rate measure (p,0.05) were observed in all dorsal muscles examined. Significant time by postural interactions for the deformation measure were observed in the trapezius, semispinalis cervicis and multifidus (p,0.05) and in the semispinalis cervicis (p,0.05) for the deformation rate measure. ...
Purpose. The aim of the study was to compare myoelectric manifestation in neck muscle endurance and fatigue characteristics during sub-maximal isometric endurance test in patients with cervical radiculopathy and asymptomatic subjects. An additional aim was to explore associations between primary neck muscle endurance, myoelectric fatigability, and self-rated levels of fatigue, pain and subjective health measurements in patients with cervical radiculopathy.. Methods. Muscle fatigue in the ventral and dorsal neck muscles was assessed in patients with cervical radiculopathy and in an asymptomatic group during an isometric neck muscle endurance test in prone and supine. 46 patients and 34 asymptomatic subjects participated. Surface electromyography signals were recorded from the sternocleidomastoid, cervical paraspinal muscles and upper and middle trapezius bilaterally during the endurance test. Subjective health measurements were assessed with questionnaires.. Results. The results showed altered ...
OBJECTIVE: To show that neck proprioceptive input can induce long-term effects on vestibular-dependent self-motion perception. METHODS: Motion perception was assessed by measuring the subjects error in tracking in the dark the remembered position of a fixed target during whole-body yaw asymmetric rotation of a supporting platform, consisting in a fast rightward half-cycle and a slow leftward half-cycle returning the subject to the initial position. Neck muscles were relaxed or voluntarily contracted, and/or vibrated. Whole-body rotation was administered during or at various intervals after the vibration train. The tracking position error (TPE) at the end of the platform rotation was measured during and after the muscle conditioning maneuvers. RESULTS: Neck input produced immediate and sustained changes in the vestibular perceptual response to whole-body rotation. Vibration of the left sterno-cleido-mastoideus (SCM) or right splenius capitis (SC) or isometric neck muscle effort to rotate the ...
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Semispinalis capitis muscle aka Musculus semispinalis capitis in the latin terminology and part of overview of the intrinsic muscles of the back. Learn more now!
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The vestibular system is a sensory motor system concerned with the sensation of linear or angular acceleration, eliciting several vestibular postural reflexes. This study was designed to figure out the functional relationship in vestibulocollic reflex. The electromyographic responses of the cervical muscles were observed during stimulation of the horizontal semicircular canal nerves. The sternomastoid muscle was inhibited by stimulation of the ipsilateral horizontal canal nerve and excited by stimulation of the contralateral horizontal canal nerve. The splenius capitis muscle was inhibited by stimulation of the ipsilateral horizontal canal nerve and excited by stimulation of the contralateral canal nerve. The semispinalis capitis revealed same pattern responses as splenius capitis or sternomastoid muscles to stimulation of the horizontal canal nerve. These experimental results indicate that the cervical extensor or flexor muscles respond in a uniform fashion to the stimulated horizontal canal ...
Objective: ViVA OpenHBM is the first open source Human Body Model (HBM) for crash safety assessment. It represents an average size (50th percentile) female and was created to assess whiplash protection systems in a car. To increase the biofidelity of the current model, further enhancements are being made by implementing muscle reflex response capabilities as cervical muscles alter the head and neck kinematics of the occupant during low-speed rear crashes. The objective of this study was to assess how different neck muscle activation control strategies affect head-neck kinematics in low speed rear impacts.. Methods: The VIVA OpenHBM head-neck model, previously validated to PMHS data, was used for this study. To represent the 34 cervical muscles, 129 beam elements with Hill-type material models were used. Two different muscle activation control strategies were implemented: a control strategy to mimic neural feedback from the vestibular system and a control strategy to represent displacement ...
Background: Anterior forms of cervical dystonia are considered to be the most difficult to treat because of the deep cervical muscles that can be involved.. Case Report: We report the case of a woman with cervical dystonia who presented with anterior sagittal shift, which required injections through the longus colli muscle to obtain a satisfactory outcome. The approach via the thyroid gland was chosen.. Discussion: The longus colli muscle can be injected under electromyography (EMG), computed tomography (CT), ultrasonography (US), or endoscopy guidance. We recommend using both ultrasonography and electromyography guidance as excellent complementary techniques for injection at the C5-C6 level.. Keywords: Anterior sagittal shift, longus colli, thyroid gland, sonography, electromyography. Citation: Tyślerowicz M, Jost WH. Injection into the longus colli muscle via the thyroid gland. Tremor Other Hyperkinet Mov. 2019; 9. doi: 10.7916/tohm.v0.718. ...
We found that in healthy elderly men, preservation of whole brain volume was associated with larger total neck muscle cross-sectional area. Therefore in an elderly cohort, those that have a smaller muscle bulk have undergone more brain atrophy. This finding supports the common cause hypothesis, by demonstrating that the rate of sarcopenia and ARCD may occur in parallel within individuals, driven by core underlying biological processes. However, we found no significant association between total neck muscle CSA and ventricular volume (a different measure of brain atrophy), or hippocampal or cerebellar volumes.. We unexpectedly found that total neck muscle CSA was significantly negatively associated with estimated prior cognitive ability (NART) after adjustment for ICA and age, but we found no significant association between total neck muscle CSA and current cognitive abilities. This suggests that those with lower prior cognitive ability may have larger muscles in old age. Muscle mass in old age is ...
Other articles where Sternocleidomastoid muscle is discussed: muscle: Tetrapod musculature: …to form muscles such as sternocleidomastoid, a muscle important for humans in movements of the head and in breathing. In mammals that lose the clavicle, these slips may be further modified to form muscles running from the head to the pectoral limb. Tetrapods, with the exception of mammals, utilize part…
In this crossover study we investigated the differential treatment effects of visual exploration training alone and visual exploration training in combination with neck muscle vibration. The results provide clear evidence that the addition of contralesional neck vibration to a standard method of treating neglect leads to additive and lasting treatment effects. Further, we showed that the additive effects of vibration transferred from trained tasks (visual exploration) to untrained tasks (text reading), and from the visual to the tactile mode. Moreover, the combined treatment led to a reduction in daily life problems concerning self care, reaching and grasping, and spatial orientation in comparison with the effects achieved by exploration training alone.. These improvements are not the result of therapeutic cost effects because in the exploration tasks as well as in text reading the amelioration of exploration behaviour on the contralesional left side was not accompanied by an increase of ...
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Deborah Falla, Gwendolen Jull and Paul Hodges. Both low-load and high-load training of the cervical muscles have been shown to reduce neck pain and change parameters of muscle function directly related to the exercise performed. The purpose of this study was to investigate whether either training regime changes muscle activation during a functional task which is known to be affected in people with neck pain and is not directly related to either exercise protocol. Fifty-eight female patients with chronic neck pain were randomised into one of two 6-week exercise intervention groups: an endurance-strength training regime for the cervical flexor muscles or low-load training of the cranio-cervical flexor muscles. The primary outcome was a change in electromyographic (EMG) amplitude of the sternocleidomastoid (SCM) muscle during a functional, repetitive upper limb task. At the 7th week follow-up assessment both intervention groups demonstrated a reduction in their average intensity of pain. However, ...
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With the semispinalis capitis, it also helps extend the cervical spine and maintain cervical lordosis. Execution. 2) When the neck extension exercise is executed correctly, you will notice that not only do the cervical spine extensor muscles contract, but the erector spinae and the deep posterior muscles of the thoracic and lumbar spine also undergo contraction once the neutral position is passed. Additional cervical extensors are the semispinalis cervicis, multifidus, semispinal capitis, and splenius capitis. In fact, greater atrophy in the rectus capitis-PMaj and rectus capitis-PMin among the suboccipital muscles have been found in patients with persistent whiplash symptoms (Elliot et al) Additionally, atrophy of these muscles has been associated with higher inflammatory biomarkers, hyperalgesia, and worse outcomes in patients with whiplash (Sterling et al). You can learn more about the screening and treatment process of Cervicogenic Dizzinesss through Integrative Clinical Concepts, where the ...
Purpose: This study aimed to determine whether excessive neck muscle tone affects hyoid bone kinetics during swallowing using videofluorography (VF) in an unnatural posture in healthy individuals. Subjects and methods: Subjects were 28 healthy adults (12 men, 16 women; mean age, 39.75±9.50 years) without any history or present complaints of swallowing disorders. We first established the participants posture a reclining wheelchair that was adjusted to a 30-degree angle with the headrest (without excessive neck muscle tone) or without headrest (with excessive neck muscle tone), used an electromyogram above the mylohyoid muscle to represent the suprahyoid muscles and above the sternohyoid muscle to represent the infrahyoid muscles to confirm neck muscle tone, and then conducted VF of swallowing measurements ...
Knowing how to treat pulled neck muscle pain and letting the area rest and heal are the most effective methods for home care. You could start to experience neck pain after an accident, like a fall, or sometimes after a particularly hard workout at the gym. Sometimes, the discovery of a pulled neck muscle is a mystery having no apparent cause at all. Sudden jerks, such as what a person experiences with slight whiplash, or an overuse injury acquired over a period of time are the most common causes. If the pain is unbearable or there seems to be a severely limited range of motion of the neck area, it is important to see a doctor as soon as possible because nerves and other significant structures in the cervical area are likely to be involved.. In order to treat a pulled neck muscle you will need:. ...
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Whiplash Associated Disorders (WAD) refers to the multifaceted and chronic burden that is common after a whiplash injury. Tools to assist in the diagnosis of WAD and an increased understanding of neck muscle behaviour are needed. We examined the multilayer dorsal neck muscle behaviour in nine women with chronic WAD versus healthy controls during the entire sequence of a dynamic low-loaded neck extension exercise, which was recorded using real-time ultrasound movies with high frame rates. Principal component analysis and orthogonal partial least squares were used to analyse mechanical muscle strain (deformation in elongation and shortening). The WAD group showed more shortening during the neck extension phase in the trapezius muscle and during both the neck extension and the return to neutral phase in the multifidus muscle. For the first time, a novel non-invasive method is presented that is capable of detecting altered dorsal muscle strain in women with WAD during an entire exercise sequence. ...
In cervical dysfunction the scalenes can be either facilitated or inhibited. If the sternocleidomastoid muscle is inhibited, the scalenes may compensate to stabilize neck flexion. In the case of whiplash, the scalenes may become inhibited by facilitated neck extensors. I find it very important to release the scalenes indirectly by stabilizing the first and second ribs while performing a myofascial stretch. I have found that working directly on the scalenes can cause them to rebound and tighten up even further. To strengthen the scalenes, resist at the forehead while nodding towards the ipsilateral shoulder. The scalenes also ipsilaterally flex the neck, and therefore can become inhibited by either the ipsilateral or contralateral upper trapezius. The scalenes produce ipsilateral rotation of the cervical spine, and can become facilitated by an inhibited contralateral sternocleidomastoid or an ipsilateral longus colli.. ...
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The aim of the study was to evaluate a novel approach to measuring neck muscle load and activity in vehicle collision conditions. A series of sled tests were performed on 10 healthy volunteers at three severity levels to simulate low-severity frontal impacts. Electrical activity-electromyography (EMG)-and muscle mechanical tension was measured bilaterally on the upper trapezius. A novel mechanical contraction (MC) sensor was used to measure the tension on the muscle surface. The neck extensor loads were estimated based on the inverse dynamics approach. The results showed strong linear correlation (Pearsons coefficient = 0.821) between the estimated neck muscle load and the muscle tension measured with the MC sensor. The peak of the estimated neck muscle force delayed 0.2 ± 30.6 ms on average vs. the peak MC sensor signal compared to the average delay of 61.8 ± 37.4 ms vs. the peak EMG signal. The observed differences in EMG and MC sensor collected signals indicate that the MC sensor offers an
The capitis muscles are muscles of the neck. They include the: splenius capitis, longissumus capitis, spinalis capitis, semispinalis capitis, rectus capitis posterior major, rectus capitis posterior minor, obliquus capitis superior, obliquus captitis inferior ...
We report a case of a 4-week-old female neonate who was admitted to the hospital for a anterior right lump of the neck, perceived by his mother the day before. The mother also noticed a preferential tilting of the head towards right. He was an otherwise full-term healthy baby, with a history of instrumented delivery. There was no fever, trauma or respiratory symptoms/signs. Family history was irrelevant. On examination, the neck swelling was a small firm, partially mobile, no warm on touch and apparently painless mass, with approximately 1.5-2 cm soft tissue mass, attached to the right sternocleidomastoid muscle. There was no restriction of neck movements. Ultrasonography (USG) revealed a 13 mm … ...
Multifidus (Figure 4) - The multifidus is found deep to the trapezius and semispinalis muscles. A pair of these muscles spans longitudinally across three vertebrae (or four), from medial to lateral, along the length of the vertebral column. The pair attaches to the spinous process of a higher vertebrae and attaches to the transverse process of a lower vertebrae. Rather than acting as primary movers in vertebral extension, these small muscles stabilize the vertebral column when they act in concert.. Rotatores (Figure 4) - The rotatores are multi-segment muscles that attach to two sequential vertebrae, joining the adjacent spinous process of the higher vertebra to the transverse process. This arrangement repeats along the entire vertebral column. Like the multifidus, this is a small muscle, and although capable of contributing to rotation, lateral flexion, and extension, its primary function is to stabilize the vertebral column.. Interspinales (Figure 4) - This muscle connects two adjacent spinous ...
A lateral view (right side) of the muscles of the neck and upper back. The splenius muscle is highlighted. - Stock Image F002/0391
TY - JOUR. T1 - Frequency response of vestibular reflexes in neck, back, and lower limb muscles. AU - Forbes, P.A.. AU - Dakin, C.J.. AU - Vardy, A.N.. AU - Happee, R.. AU - Siegmund, G.P.. AU - Schouten, Alfred Christiaan. AU - Blouin, J.S.. PY - 2013. Y1 - 2013. N2 - Vestibular pathways form short-latency disynaptic connections with neck motoneurons, whereas they form longer-latency disynaptic and polysynaptic connections with lower limb motoneurons. We quantified frequency responses of vestibular reflexes in neck, back, and lower limb muscles to explain between-muscle differences. Two hypotheses were evaluated: 1) that muscle-specific motor-unit properties influence the bandwidth of vestibular reflexes; and 2) that frequency responses of vestibular reflexes differ between neck, back, and lower limb muscles because of neural filtering. Subjects were exposed to electrical vestibular stimuli over bandwidths of 0-25 and 0-75 Hz while recording activity in sternocleidomastoid, splenius capitis, ...
Im enjoying these neck appreciation posts and I hope that you are too! For this week I thought it would be nice to show you one of my favourite named parts of the body there is - the sternocleidomastoid muscle. This muscle is pretty big and you will all have felt or seen it, even…
MUSCLE INFILTRATIONS IN THE NECK/SHOULDER Diagnosis: MUSCLE INFILTRATIONS IN THE NECK/SHOULDER (Myalgia) Anatomy: Numerous muscles emanate and fasten around the shoulder-neck. M. semispinalis capitis Mm. splenii capitis et cervicis M. levato
After emerging from the spinal nerve, the C3 dorsal ramus courses posteriorly, medial to the posterior intertransverse muscles, and then crosses over the lateral aspect of the C2/C3 facet joint. The TON gives off the only sensory branches to the C2/C3 facet joint. The nerve courses further dorso-medially and cephalad to pierce and supply both the semispinalis and splenius capitis muscles at the C2 (axis) level. It continues to travel cephalad and emerges superficial by piercing the trapezius muscle at the C1 (atlas) level. At its final destination, the occiput level, the TON provides sensory innervation to a small area of skin just below the superior nuchal line ...
1. carotid sheath & its contents: common & ICA, IJV & vagus n. 2. muscles: sternohyoid, sternothyroid, omohyoid, scaleni ant, med & post. levator scapulae, splenius capitis & post belly of digastric. 3. besides common carotid art (CCA) & int carotid art (ICA). there are also 1. ext carotid art (ECA). 2. occipital art. 3. subclavian art & suprascapular art. 4. besides int jugular vein (IJV), there are also 1. ant jugular vein. 2. facial vein. 3. lingual vein. 5. besides vagus nerve there also: 1. accessory nerve. 2.cervical plexus. 3. upper part of brachial plexus. 4. phrenic n & ansa cervicalis. 6. deep cervical LN ...
(2007) Cagnie et al. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Cagnie B, Cools A, De Loose V, Cambier D, Danneels L. Differences in isometric neck muscle strength between healthy controls and women with chronic neck pain: the use of a reliable measurement. Objectives: To determine the int...
The EJV was formed as usual, by the posterior division of the retromandibular vein and the post auricular vein .The EJV descended at the angle of the mandible (E in Fig. 1). The main trunk of the EJV descended superficial to the sternocleidomastoid muscle and drained into the subclavian vein, 0.5 cm above the midpoint of the clavicle. A dilation (B in Fig.1) was observed before it finally drained into the subclavian vein. Another venous channel (C in Fig. 1) was observed 1 cm below the angle of the mandible. This venous channel arose from the EJV (D in Fig. 1), traversed the anterior border of the sternocleidomastoid muscle, to descend and empty into the IJV. The IJV drained into the subclavian vein as usual. The facial vein drained into the IJV. No abnormalities were observed on the right side. DISCUSSION The EJV is known to exhibit various anomalies as regarding its formation and course. Standard textbook of anatomy does mention the fact that the EJV may communicate with the IJV but such a ...
neck is the part of the human body that attaches the head to the rest of the body. It is made up of many muscles that are connected from the head to the torso of the body. The purpose of the neck muscles is either to allow for neck movement or to provide structural support for the head. The motion is either rotation, meaning side-to-side; lateral flexion, meaning ear to shoulder; flexion ...
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The Head & Neck Muscles flash cards identify each muscle of the head and neck along with a 4-color illustration of each muscles nerves and arteries. The cards are broken down into chapters according to the muscle groups. For each muscle, the origin, insertion, action, innervation, arterial supply, synergists, and antagonists are denoted.. ISBN: ...
A flexion test is a preliminary veterinary procedure performed on a horse, generally during a prepurchase or a lameness exam. The purpose is to accentuate any pain that may be associated with a joint or soft-tissue structure, allowing the practitioner to localize a lameness to a specific area, or to alert a practitioner to the presence of sub-clinical disease that may be present during a pre-purchase exam. The animals leg is held in a flexed position for 30 seconds to up to 3 minutes (although most veterinarians do not go longer than a minute), and then the horse is immediately trotted off and its gait is analyzed for abnormalities and uneveness. Flexions stretch the joint capsule, increase intra-articular and subchondral bone pressure, and compress surrounding soft tissue structures, which accentuates any pain associated with these structures. An increase in lameness following a flexion test suggests that those joints or surrounding soft tissue structures may be a source of pain for the horse. ...
A new study found that specific strength training exercises led to significant prolonged relief of neck muscle pain, while general fitness training resulted in only a small amount of pain reduction.
Frequent neck pain is an unhappy reality for many people. If you regularly suffer from sore neck muscles, then you know how unpleasant it can be. There are a host of causes that can contribute to neck pain, and many ways to treat neck pain-right in your own home. Heated neck wraps and microwavable neck wraps are a grea
Berthoz, A. ; Grantyn, A. ; Olivier, Etienne. The origin of horizontal gaze signals in neck muscles during orienting.. In: Jami L., Pierrot-Desseilligny E., Zytnicki D., Muscle Afferents and Spinal Control of Movement., Pergamon Press : (United Kingdom) Oxford 1992, p. 259- ...
The omohyoid (also omohyoid muscle, latin: musculus omohyoideus) is a neck muscle that belongs to the infrahyoid muscle group and depresses the hyoid bone.
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Identify the inferior belly of the omohyoid muscle. The omohyoid muscle is flattened and strap-like. It consists of a superior belly and an inferior belly. The two bellies of this muscle are connected by an intermuscular tendon, that is held by connective tissue to the anterior surface of the internal jugular vein to prevent the vein from collapsing under negative pressure. The position of the inferior belly of the omohyoid muscle divides the posterior triangle into an upper occipital triangle and a lower subclavian (or supraclavicular) triangle. Links and References: ...
From the internet.. Do your ears feel full? It could be tight neck muscles… We have several muscles in our neck that help to hold up our head. The...
The inferior pharyngeal constrictor muscle is a skeletal muscle of the neck. It is the thickest of the three outer pharyngeal ... Muscles of the neck. Lateral view. Side view of the larynx, showing muscular attachments. Inferior pharyngeal constrictor ... Bui, Toai; M Das, Joe (2022), "Anatomy, Head and Neck, Pharyngeal Muscles", StatPearls, Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls ... Uncoordinated muscle contraction, cricopharyngeal spasm, or impaired relaxation of the inferior pharyngeal constrictor muscle ...
Muscles of the neck. Lateral view. Splenius capitis muscle This article incorporates text in the public domain from page 397 of ... It is one of the muscles that forms the floor of the posterior triangle of the neck. The splenius capitis muscle is innervated ... straplike muscle in the back of the neck. It pulls on the base of the skull from the vertebrae in the neck and upper thorax. It ... "Splenius capitis muscle - definition of Splenius capitis muscle in the Medical dictionary". Medical-dictionary. ...
Muscles of the neck. Lateral view. Section of the neck at the level of the sixth cervical vertebra. This article incorporates ... is a muscle in the back of the neck. It arises by a narrow tendinous band from the spinous processes of the third to the sixth ... The word collum also refers to the neck in Latin. The function of the splenius cervicis muscle is extension of the cervical ... Muscles of the torso, All stub articles, Muscle stubs). ... Position of splenius cervicis muscle (shown in red). Lateral ...
Section of the neck at about the level of the sixth cervical vertebra. Muscles of the neck. Lateral view. Hypoglossal nerve, ... The levator scapulae is a slender: 910 skeletal muscle situated at the back and side of the neck. As the Latin name suggests, ... Anterolateral view Levator claviculae muscle Stiff neck - commonly caused by pain in the levator scapulae This article ... One of the muscles within the floor of the posterior triangle of the neck, the superior part of levator scapulae is covered by ...
Muscles of the neck. Lateral view. Middle pharyngeal constrictor muscle Middle pharyngeal constrictor muscle Deep dissection of ... The middle pharyngeal constrictor is a fan-shaped muscle located in the neck. It is one of three pharyngeal constrictors. ... "Adaptation in the function of pharyngeal constrictor muscles". Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. 92 (4): 392-401. doi: ... It is inserted into the posterior median fibrous raphe, blending in the middle line with the muscle of the opposite side. As ...
Muscles of the head and neck. Dissection, showing salivary glands of right side (Masseter visible at center) Left temporal bone ... The most obvious muscle of mastication is the masseter muscle, since it is the most superficial and one of the strongest. The ... Veins of the head and neck. Mandibular division of the trifacial nerve. Masseter muscle. Deep dissection. Mummification process ... Finally, the muscle undergoes spasm with malignant hyperthermia as do other skeletal muscles, but this one is easily noted, ...
Muscles of the head, face, and neck. Zygomaticus major shown in red. Zygomaticus minor muscle "Zygomaticus major muscle bony ... The zygomaticus major muscle is a muscle of the human body. It extends from each zygomatic arch (cheekbone) to the corners of ... The average muscle can contract with a force of 200 g. The zygomaticus major muscle may be used in reconstructive surgery to ... Bifid zygomaticus major muscle is a notable variant, and may cause cheek dimples. The zygomaticus major muscle originates from ...
Head and Neck, Eye Extraocular Muscles". StatPearls. StatPearls Publishing. PMID 30137849. Retrieved 12 January 2022. " ... the superior rectus muscle, lateral rectus muscle, medial rectus muscle, and inferior rectus muscle. The recti muscles are all ... The extraocular muscles (extrinsic ocular muscles), are the seven extrinsic muscles of the human eye. Six of the extraocular ... The two oblique muscles are the inferior oblique muscle, and the superior oblique muscle. The movements of the extraocular ...
Muscles of the neck. Anterior view. The internal carotid and vertebral arteries. Right side. Course and distribution of the ... Styloglossus muscle Styloglossus muscle Styloglossus muscle Styloglossus muscle This article incorporates text in the public ... The styloglossus, the shortest and smallest of the three styloid muscles, arises from the anterior and lateral surfaces of the ... The styloglossus is innervated by the hypoglossal nerve (CN XII) like all muscles of the tongue except palatoglossus which is ...
Muscles of the neck. Lateral view. The internal carotid and vertebral arteries. Right side. Distribution of the maxillary and ... Laterally, in between the hyoglossus muscle and the mylohyoid muscle lay several important structures (from upper to lower): ... Coronal section of tongue, showing intrinsic muscles. Hyoglossus Muscle This article incorporates text in the public domain ... Muscles of the head and neck, Tongue). ... between the styloglossus and the inferior longitudinal muscle ...
... from the mastoid process to the root of the neck. Muscles of the neck. Anterior view. Posterior triangle of the neck This ... Human head and neck, Triangles of the neck). ... plexus and the external jugular vein and platysma muscle. A ...
Sternocleidomastoid muscle Muscles of the neck. Anterior view. The triangles of the neck. (Anterior triangles to the left; ... Human head and neck, Triangles of the neck). ... Suprahyoid labeled at left.) Anterior triangle of the neck This ... The inferior carotid triangle (or muscular triangle), is bounded, in front, by the median line of the neck from the hyoid bone ... the vein lies lateral to the artery on the right side of the neck, but overlaps it below on the left side; the nerve lies ...
Sternocleidomastoid muscle Muscles of the neck. Anterior view. Posterior triangle of the neck labeled. (Anterior triangles to ... Human head and neck, Triangles of the neck). ... or pierces the fibers of that muscle. The subclavian vein lies ... Occipital triangle labeled at center left.) ) Posterior triangle of the neck This article incorporates text in the public ... and also with the height at which the Omohyoideus crosses the neck. Its height also varies according to the position of the arm ...
Muscles, arteries and nerves of neck. Newborn dissection. Wilson-Pauwels, Linda; Stewart, Patricia A.; Akesson, Elizabeth J. ( ... neck) via "hitchhiking" on the carotid arteries middle cervical ganglion (smallest) - adjacent to C6; target: heart, neck ... adjacent to C7; target: heart, lower neck, arm, posterior cranial arteries Nerves emerging from cervical sympathetic ganglia ...
Muscles or ligaments of the neck. Muscles, tendons, or nerves of the hands/wrists. Bones and muscles surrounding the knees and ... It becomes a problem when it is being done for a long long period of time which increases stress and fatigue to the muscles and ... High forces High forces are forces need to perform work which can cause issues to muscles and joints. The high force load can ... Some of the common body regions where injuries may occur include, but are not limited to: Muscles or ligaments of the lower ...
Temporal muscle (red). Muscles of head and neck Temporal muscle.Deep dissection.Mummification process. Illustrated Anatomy of ... but larger muscle fibres vary in length in the muscle and between people. The temporalis muscle is the most powerful muscle of ... In anatomy, the temporalis muscle, also known as the temporal muscle, is one of the muscles of mastication (chewing). It is a ... Specifically, the muscle is supplied by the deep temporal nerves. At least 6 smaller branches recruit muscle fibres the most ...
The thyrohyoid muscle is a small skeletal muscle on the neck. It originates from the lamina of the thyroid cartilage, and ... The thyrohyoid muscle is a quadrilateral muscle in shape. It appears like an upward continuation of the sternothyroid muscle. ... Cysts of the Neck, Unknown Primary Tumor, and Neck Dissection". Diagnostic Surgical Pathology of the Head and Neck (2nd ed.). ... The thyrohyoid muscle is supplied by the hypoglossal nerve (XII). It is the only infrahyoid muscle that is not supplied by the ...
The sternothyroid muscle, or sternothyroideus, is an infrahyoid muscle in the neck. It acts to depress the hyoid bone. It is ... The sternothyroid muscle depresses the hyoid bone, along with the other infrahyoid muscle. The upward extension of a thyroid ... Sternothyroid muscle This article incorporates text in the public domain from page 393 of the 20th edition of Gray's Anatomy ( ... It is in close contact with its fellow at the lower part of the neck, but diverges somewhat as it ascends. It is occasionally ...
The suprahyoid muscles are four muscles located above the hyoid bone in the neck. They are the digastric, stylohyoid, ... Articles with TA98 identifiers, Suprahyoid muscles, Muscles of the head and neck). ... geniohyoid, and mylohyoid muscles. They are all pharyngeal muscles, with the exception of the geniohyoid muscle. The digastric ... thin muscles that are nearly parallel with the posterior belly of the digastric muscle. These four muscles have different ...
Muscles, arteries and nerves of neck.Newborn dissection. Muscles, nerves and arteries of neck.Deep dissection. Anterior view. ... frontal view Submandibular gland Muscles, arteries and nerves of neck.Newborn dissection. ... which are separated by the mylohyoid muscle: The superficial lobe comprises most of the gland, with the mylohyoid muscle runs ... Human Anatomy, Jacobs, Elsevier, 2008, page 196 Illustrated Anatomy of the Head and Neck, Fehrenbach and Herring, Elsevier, ...
... Muscles, arteries and nerves of neck.Newborn dissection. Muscles, nerves and arteries of neck.Deep ... and sternothyroid muscles. To its medial side are the inferior pharyngeal constrictor muscle and the external branch of the ... and supplies the sternocleidomastoideus muscle and neighboring muscles and skin; it frequently arises as a separate branch from ... It distributes twigs to the adjacent muscles, and numerous branches to the thyroid gland, connecting with its fellow of the ...
McCarty's head shook and his neck muscles bulged. From his face went the smile he had carried only moments before. From the ... He revealed that death was caused by a spinal haemorrhage, the result of a dislocation of the neck. Mosher remarked that the ... "Dislocated Neck Causes Death". Standard-Examiner. 26 May 1913. p. 10. Retrieved 21 March 2020. Allen, Arly (19 March 2002). " ... who found that a dislocation of a vertebra in his neck had taken place, and it was the accepted theory by most that this injury ...
... well-muscled neck; long, straight, heavily boned legs and a long tail. The Poitevin's short coat is usually tricolour; all ...
The mylohyoid muscle or diaphragma oris is a paired muscle of the neck. It runs from the mandible to the hyoid bone, forming ... The medial fibres of the two mylohyoid muscles unite in a midline raphe (where the two muscles intermesh). The mylohyoid muscle ... Muscles of the head and neck, Suprahyoid muscles). ... The mylohyoid muscle may be imaged by CT or MRI. The mylohyoid ... The mylohyoid muscle may be united to or replaced by the anterior belly of the digastric muscle; accessory slips to other hyoid ...
This exercise strengthens their neck, arm and leg muscles. Catch me: Dangling a toy-on-a-string (preferably squeaky) in front ... This swinging action builds stomach and leg muscles. Tower power: Using old or unused items like cereal boxes, lightweight ...
Doctors removed half of his tongue muscles and his jaw. They also took out half of his neck muscles. Doctors took sections of ... He subsequently endured more than forty operations on his face, neck, and mouth, radiation treatments and chemotherapy. ... healthy skin from his legs and grafted them to his face and neck. Because of radiation treatments, all of his teeth were ...
... provided large attachment areas for several neck muscles; large epipophyses are therefore indicative of a strong ... they became lost in several derived theropod lineages in the wake of an increasingly S-shaped curvature of the neck. Several ... neck musculature. The presence of epipophyses is a synapomorphy (distinguishing feature) of the group Dinosauria. Epipophyses ...
"How to ensure your baby's neck muscles are strong". Parent. Retrieved 2021-03-19. Myers, MM; Fifer, WP; Schaeffer, L; Sahni, R ... they are provided with opportunities to strengthen their neck and trunk muscles. Positioning the infant on their stomach while ... to encourage development of the neck and trunk muscles and prevent skull deformations. In 1992, the American Academy of ... Tummy time may also be used to stabilize the neck in torticollis, and to address hypertonia associated with Down syndrome. ...
... s can also cause sore neck muscles if overused. (Articles lacking sources from December 2009, All articles lacking ... A chambon is not a way to quickly fix the head set of a horse; its purpose is to help develop the correct muscles. Chambons ... They may attach to the bit or pass through the bit rings and attach to themselves below the horse's neck. A chambon prevents ... help a horse to develop the muscles of their back and topline. It applies pressure to the poll and mouth of the horse when he ...
Chest, neck, back, abdominal muscles and buttocks may be affected. Back muscle spasms often cause arching, called opisthotonus ... or nifedipine Drugs such as diazepam or other muscle relaxants can be given to control the muscle spasms. In extreme cases it ... This causes the muscle spasms and spastic paralysis seen in tetanus infection. The tetanus toxin, tetanospasmin, is made up of ... Muscle relaxants may be used to control spasms. Mechanical ventilation may be required if a person's breathing is affected. ...
... can be concentrated to specific body parts, creating variants such as arm pops, leg pops, chest pops and neck pops. ... The technique of moving rigidly and jerky by tensing muscles and using techniques similar to strobing and the robot makes it ... Popping is centered around the technique of popping, which means to quickly contract and relax muscles to create a jerking ... quickly contracting and relaxing muscles to cause a jerk or can be a sudden stop in the dancer's body, referred to as a pose, ...
The small teeth present across the genus in addition to the large surface area for neck muscle attachment could suggest suction ... Stanocephalosaurus most likely used large muscles in the neck attached to their large pectoral girdles. ...
They also increase the availability of certain essential amino acids in the muscle, as well as regulate the transcription of a ... although the temperatures at the head and neck remain at 0 °C (32 °F) or above. Facultative hibernators enter hibernation only ... Lohuis, T. D.; Harlow, H. J.; Beck, T. D. I. (2007). "Hibernating black bears (Ursus americanus) experience skeletal muscle ... allowing them to stop urinating for months and to avoid muscle atrophy. They stay hydrated with the metabolic fat that is ...
"Stiff neck from plane ride will keep Casey out of Red Sox's games in Tokyo". ESPN. March 24, 2008. Retrieved August 16, 2018. ... During the 2006 American League Championship Series against the Oakland Athletics he partially tore his left calf muscle in ... 318 with five RBIs in his first seven games despite missing games in Japan due to a stiff neck he received during the 18-hour ...
The neck is set high, average in length, muscular and elegant. It has a compact body, with well-defined and well-developed ... muscles. The shoulder is often upright. The horse has a deep chest,[contradictory] a sloping croup and long, fine, strong legs ...
... twisting of the neck muscles, rapid and weak pulse, difficulty breathing, and eventually death.[citation needed] The plant also ...
It also had a relatively lightly constructed neck for the size of its head, whose weight was mostly supported by muscles and ... possibly using their mandibular tubercles as protection in addition to their function as muscle attachments. Sexual dimorphism ...
The back of the neck presses against the pubic bone and its chin leaves its chest, extending the neck - as if to look up, and ... Tears can involve the perineal skin or extend to the muscles and the anal sphincter and anus. Once common, they are now ... During a contraction, uterine muscles contract causing shortening of the upper segment and drawing upwards of the lower segment ... Tocolytics delay labour by inhibiting contractions of the uterine muscles that progress labor. The most widely used tocolytics ...
When you put your foot on a man's neck and hold him down for three hundred years, and then you let him up, what's he going to ... But I know one thing: that we've got to handle them with muscle and with toughness. And we put troops in every place they asked ...
The fight is ended by the loser, who either lays his head and neck flat on the ground or turns tail and is chased out of the ... with their movements controlled by facial muscles. The buck can draw them backwards out of the way when eating. In aggressive ... The water deer has narrow pectoral and pelvic girdles, long legs, and a long neck. The powerful hind legs are longer than the ... giving soft squeaking contact calls and checking for signs of estrus by lowering his neck and rotating his head with ears ...
A muscle is made up of several muscle bundles, which in turn are made up of muscle fibers. Muscle fibers have myofibrils, which ... the line of indentation on the lower portion of the neck, can be seen from either side, just above the windpipe; beneath this ... extensor muscle). Therefore, one muscle of the pair must be relaxed in order for the other muscle in the pair to contract and ... When a muscle contracts, it pulls a tendon, which acts on the horse's bones to move them. Muscles are commonly arranged in ...
Two years later, he was diagnosed with spinal cancer, leading to paralysis from the neck down. After three years of being ... Spinal injury survivors remain unfazed by their suffering "Muscle On Wheels: Story of India's first wheelchair-bound ...
Insulin resistance is accompanied by skin changes such as acanthosis nigricans in the axilla and around the neck, as well as ... Rapid weight gain Moodiness, irritability, or depression Muscle and bone weakness Memory and attention dysfunction Osteoporosis ... weak muscles, weak bones, acne, and fragile skin that heals poorly. Women may have more hair and irregular menstruation. ... proximal muscle weakness (hips, shoulders), and hirsutism (facial male-pattern hair growth), baldness and/or extremely dry and ...
Analysis of promoter methylation in oral rinses of patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck showed that miR- ... joints and muscles) VARS (Valyl-tRNA synthetase), WBP1L (WW domain binding protein 1-like), CACNA1C (Calcium channel, voltage- ... "MicroRNA-137 promoter methylation in oral rinses from patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck is associated ... breast and squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck. miR-137 is epigenetically silenced in colorectal adenomatous tissues ...
Attached to the trochlear fovea is the trochlea of the superior oblique muscle. This article incorporates text in the public ... Bones of the head and neck, All stub articles, Musculoskeletal system stubs). ...
The general symptoms for an exterior pattern are fever, aversion to cold, aching body, stiff neck, and a floating pulse. Onset ... Exterior affects the skin, muscles and jingluo (energy meridians). Interior affects the Zang Fu (internal organs) and the bones ...
A massive, battle-hungry man, Perro is the muscle of the Children of the Vault and is always searching for a fight. Despite ... Sangre drowns Thing, Fuego kills Johnny, Reed is dead on the ground and Serafina snaps Sue's neck. Earth's mystics lasted the ...
People's Honour Award (1989) Order of the Rising Sun, 3rd Class, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon (2016, posthumous) Junior Fourth ... He relied on superior technique and muscle to defeat opponents. He was the lightest yokozuna since Tochinoumi in the 1960s. ...
Myofascial pain is pain in muscles or fascia (a type of connective tissue that surrounds muscles). It can occur in distinct, ... "Myofascial pain syndrome of the head and neck: A review of clinical characteristics of 164 patients". Oral Surgery, Oral ... Once the trigger points are gone, muscle strengthening exercise can begin, supporting long-term health of the local muscle ... hardening of the muscle upon trigger point palpation, pseudo-weakness of the involved muscle, referred pain, and limited range ...
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His back muscles were weak. There was also weakness of the face and left hand. Pain in the legs and inability to urinate ... 93%: Meningismus (neck stiffness), a characteristic feature of paralytic polio, was absent in Roosevelt's case. Two of eight ... He was able to perform small exercises on his own, moving one muscle and then another. He was fitted with heavy steel braces ... Lovett continued to consult from Boston.: 76 There was pain in the legs, paralysis of the legs, muscle wasting in the lower ...
The head and neck move very little at any gait. They are exhibited with little to no bit contact and a loop in the rein. The ... soft gaits and the strong muscling required to sustain slow, controlled movement are the most competitive. Nearly any breed can ... They carry their neck nearly level with their withers, and head just slightly in front of vertical, but are to be penalized if ... They are to show with a lightly arched neck, their heads relatively low and tucked to be almost exactly perpendicular to the ...
In 2015, Merck reported results in 13 cancer types; much attention was given to early results in head and neck cancer. As of ... muscle pain, pain in a limb, arthritis, weakness, edema, fever, chills, myasthenia gravis, and flu-like symptoms. Pembrolizumab ... In July 2016, the US FDA accepted for priority review an application for recurrent or metastatic head and neck squamous cell ... the first-line treatment of metastatic or unresectable recurrent head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) in adults whose ...
The fetal heart rate and the activity of the uterine muscle are detected by two transducers placed on the mother's abdomen, ... and contractions may further compress a cord when it is wrapped around the neck or under the shoulder of the fetus. They are ...
They are able to do so because their jaw muscles are strong and their teeth are large. These lizards also eat crickets and wax ... and sometimes all the way to the side of the lizard's neck. The lizards blue tongues could be an evolutionary adaptation that ...
In addition, muscle or myocutaneous free flaps provide additional bulk that obliterates empty spaces (e.g. exposed sinuses) and ... As the incidence of basal-cell carcinoma and squamous-cell carcinoma is rising and about 80% are located in the head and neck ... If only skin is missing and underlying galea, muscle or connective tissue are intact, a skin graft can be used. A skin graft ... Rib grafts (whether or not accompanied with the latissimus dorsi muscle) are suitable for larger defects and can bear pressure ...
... football there can be significant size differences and some players do not have fully developed neck and shoulder muscles to ...
... pulsating muscle-tubes that nest so provocatively around her teeth." Jolie later explained that the film had been a welcome ... public declarations of passion and gestures of love-most famously wearing one another's blood in vials around their necks-their ...
The feathers on the upper side of the neck are longer than those on the lower side. Asymmetrical pennaceous feathers are ... In modern birds, this form of pygostyle attaches to tail muscles which control the advanced pennaceous rectrices of their fan- ...
A neck related injury was first reported in 2009 when a 38-year-old man swung his remote control forcefully enough to send him ... degeneration of the origin of a tendon in the forearm due to overuse of an extensor muscle). Common forms of injuries related ... and neck), while Nintendo thumb is caused by injuries to the tendon. Wii-itis is the general term that is used for any ...
4 easy steps and exercises to reduce neck strain and relax your muscles while working at your computer. ... An ergonomic keyboard could be a quick solution to ease neck discomfort. The ERGO K860 will help reduce muscle activity by 21% ... See, that was easy! However, if you regularly have tight or stiff neck muscles, maybe its time to think about your workspace ... in the upper trapezius muscleCompared to a traditional Logitech keyboard without palm rest-a key muscle in the center of the ...
Your neck muscles support your head and help you do a range of movements. They also assist with chewing, swallowing and ... Where are the neck muscles located?. Your neck muscles are at the front, back and sides of your neck. From the back, they begin ... What are the neck muscles made of?. Like all other skeletal muscles in the body, neck muscles contain lots of tiny, elastic ... Common conditions that affect the neck muscles include:. *Spasms: Also called muscle cramps, muscle spasms occur when a muscle ...
Working individually, these muscles rotate the head or flex the neck laterally to the left or right. Neck muscles contract to ... The muscles of the head and neck perform many important tasks, including movement of the head and neck, chewing and swallowing ... The muscles of the face are unique among groups of muscles in the body. While most muscles connect to and move only bones, ... Even the middle ear takes part in the muscular system of the head and neck. In fact, the smallest muscle of the skeleton is the ...
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... as previously observed in cat neck muscles, broad connections exist between the human vestibular system and neck motoneurons ... as previously observed in cat neck muscles, broad connections exist between the human vestibular system and neck motoneurons ... All recorded neck muscles responded to the electrical vestibular stimuli (0-100 Hz) provided they were active. Furthermore, the ... All recorded neck muscles responded to the electrical vestibular stimuli (0-100 Hz) provided they were active. Furthermore, the ...
The levator scapulae muscle travels down the side of the neck and plays a key role in bending and rotating the neck to the side ... Levator Scapulae Muscle Definition. The levator scapulae muscle travels down the side of the neck, from the top of the cervical ... and these movements can be hindered if the muscle is strained. ... scapulae plays a key role in bending and rotating the neck to ...
... in human vastus lateralis and trapezius muscles and to determine whether long-term strength training and self-administration of ... The expression of androgen receptors in human neck and limb muscles: effects of training and self-administration of androgenic- ... AR content differs greatly between human neck and limb muscles. Moreover, the regulation of AR-containing myonuclei following ... Myonuclear number in both muscles was higher in P compared to U and in PAS compared to both P and U (P,0.05). In conclusion, ...
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  • For most people, neck tension and stiffness are normal and harmless. (
  • For more details, here this time will review 5 causes of neck tension and stiffness and how to treat them by playing online slots game. (
  • The first cause of neck tension and stiffness is the burden of the mind that is too heavy or stressed. (
  • The second cause of neck tension and stiffness is fatigue. (
  • The next cause of neck tension and stiffness is rarely moving or the body being too passive. (
  • The next cause of neck tension and stiffness is high cholesterol and high blood pressure. (
  • If you spend a lot of your day working in fixed positions while being seated on a desk or if your work requires you to drive a lot, then you might have these common issues such as stiffness of the neck. (
  • Stiffness in neck and abdominal muscles, tetanus. (
  • A testbed to study neck stiffness and concussion risk following acoustic warnings. (
  • If the disease progresses, more severe symptoms can occur, such as severe headaches and neck stiffness, paralysis of the muscles of the face (facial palsy) or other muscles, severe nerve pain, additional rashes, irregular heartbeat, and arthritis with joint swelling. (
  • Whiplash usually involves muscles, ligaments and tendons. (
  • Muscles, muscle tendons, and ligaments in the neck and shoulders are crucial to the stability of the neck. (
  • Holding your head too far forward or tilting it in an awkward position for long can overstretch the tendons and ligaments in your neck muscles. (
  • But without stretching, your muscles, ligaments, and tendons do not get the proper warm-up or cooldown needed. (
  • The motion that produces stretching of the involved muscles or ligaments is usually the one that is limited. (
  • We asked Grace Szeto, PhD, Professor, Physiotherapy at the Tung Wah College (Hong Kong) and Member of the Logi Ergo Lab Advisory Board to share her favorite exercises for neck tension relief. (
  • I read somewhen that most BB'ers get large necks from the isometric tension and diet, although I do see guys with large upper bodies and skinny necks here and there. (
  • This head down position puts unnecessary tension from the neck through the spine. (
  • Some physical reasons might be muscle strain or sprain, muscle tension generated by pain, muscle exhaustion from overwork, or a bone fracture. (
  • In addition, we measured salivary amylase level as an index of autonomic nervous system (ANS) activity, as well as muscle tension and subjective pain intensity in each subject. (
  • Other measurements indicated relaxation of cervical muscle tension, decrease in salivary amylase level (suppression of sympathetic nerve activity), and pain relief after SMT. (
  • It will release the tension stored in those stiff muscles and help you be more productive for longer durations. (
  • Getting a neck relax massager that you can put around your neck for 15mins during a busy day will release all the tension that has been stored in your muscles and relieves you of any pain. (
  • I get some neck tension around f5 in head and Ab4 full chest not starting to mix correctly. (
  • Make sure you are supporting correctly and using your lower abs as an anchor point to drive the sound and that you feel and see no outer neck tension - try it move it around freely in different directions as you phonate, it should work. (
  • In addition to muscle tension, viral infections when the immune system decreases also cause body aches. (
  • Signs of too much stress include chronic muscle tension (especially in the neck and shoulders), short temper, anxiety, excessive worry, insomnia, fatigue, and the feeling of being burned out. (
  • We get those tension headaches by tightening up those facial muscles. (
  • From carpal tunnel syndrome, to tendonitis, to tension neck syndrome, repetitive strain injuries affect about 15% of Canadians (4.5 million people), according to Statistics Canada. (
  • While a bite can be adjusted properly via surgery or dental devices, many people still suffer from chronic pain afterwards due to extreme muscle tension. (
  • When you are seated for extended periods of time, it's natural for the jaw to jut forward, which often causes tension in the neck and throat. (
  • The draft can increase tension in your neck and shoulder muscles. (
  • Psychophysiological stress responses, muscle tension, and neck and shoulder pain among supermarket cashiers. (
  • Tissue texture changes beyond edema are also commonly present (eg, ropiness, tightness, increased muscle tension). (
  • The muscles in your neck are skeletal muscles, meaning they're attached to bones by tendons. (
  • A neck strain, also known as a pulled muscle, occurs when fibers or tendons in your neck muscle stretch beyond their maximum range of movement and tear. (
  • If you don't want to skip your training even though your muscles are sore, you should at least reduce the intensity of your run. (
  • So get a Neck Relax Massager now and do your exercises comfortably. (
  • Keep in mind: Just before you try any type of exercises to soothe strict neck muscular tissues, this is actually critical that you are sure you are using hassle-free and mild actions. (
  • Well it's a common complaint I hear all the time and watch this video to learn three exercises that you can start doing today to help improve those muscle knots. (
  • Well by the end of this video you'll know three exercises to help get rid of the muscle knots in your upper trapezius muscles. (
  • So now I'm going to have my wife Cheryl and the co-owner of CORE Therapy and Pilates demonstrate three best exercises to release muscle knots that you can do right now. (
  • More muscle relaxation exercises can be seen in Muscle Relaxers List - Muscle Relaxation Exercises . (
  • It's important to follow through with your program and exercises to both build and strengthen muscles that support your activities. (
  • This is also true for the muscular system, and that's why I encourage exercises that work a wide variety of muscle groups. (
  • The neck muscles, including the sternocleidomastoid and the trapezius, are responsible for the gross motor movement in the muscular system of the head and neck. (
  • Cervical vestibular-evoked myogenic potentials (cVEMP) are most commonly measured in the sternocleidomastoid muscle (and more recently the splenius capitis muscle) in response to air-conducted sound, bone-conducted vibration or electrical vestibular stimuli. (
  • cVEMPs are typically measured in the sternocleidomastoid (SCM) muscle using surface electrodes. (
  • We present an autopsy case of neck muscle atrophy and soft- tissue fibrosis (sternocleidomastoid, omohyoid, digastric, sternohyoid, sternothyroid, and platysma muscles ) within the radiation field after modified radical neck dissection type I and postoperative radiotherapy for floor of mouth cancer . (
  • Hematoma and stranding on the left side of the neck superficial to sternocleidomastoid and tracking deeply, anterior to the scalene muscles. (
  • Studies estimate that about 14% of the population has some form of chronic neck pain. (
  • I've got neck pain that's becoming chronic (occassional neck strains since the beginning of last summer). (
  • My question is whenever I move my neck to do certain tasks and also when I lay flat for sleeping I have more symptoms such as more muscle spasms in legs and arms, increased weakness and pain in hands etc Is it possible that my spinal cord gets imflammed from the movement of my neck causing and increase in my symptoms? (
  • A neck spasm is an involuntary muscle contraction that usually happens in response to injury or overuse of the muscle, or as a reaction to pain caused by a separate condition. (
  • The muscle can remain in spasm for some time, which can severely restrict movement of the head, shoulder, and neck, and cause considerable pain. (
  • Apply ice, crushed in a bag and wrapped in a towel, to your neck and shoulder for as long as is comfortable, several times a day during the first two or three days of pain. (
  • Why do people usually get muscle spasms in neck and back pain? (
  • Every day I have neck, back, and other muscle\ joint pain that get gradually worse as the day goes on. (
  • Neck pain or neck feeling tense and stiff is a common condition experienced by everyone. (
  • Prepare money and go on vacation to relieve stress so that neck pain does not come for a while. (
  • Of the many cases, sufferers of stiff necks claim to feel neck pain when they wake up. (
  • Not only a stiff neck, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure are also characterized by pain and fatigue in the shoulders. (
  • Glucose Metabolic Changes in the Brain and Muscles of Patients with Nonspecific Neck Pain Treated. (
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  • She still continues to feel tightness and pain on the left side of her neck. (
  • Several reasons such as inadequate equipment design, incorrect chair height, working for long in standing position, etc., can cause posture issues, leading to severe pain in the back of the neck. (
  • I've had hard time falling asleep so I've been taking muscle relaxer that was for neck pain? (
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  • What is the Best Neck Pain Treatment for Neck and Shoulder Pain? (
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  • While this may provide temporary relief, seeking professional neck pain treatment is the best way to treat stiff neck muscles, muscle strain, or cervical spine issues. (
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  • The source of your neck pain may come from a few different avenues. (
  • Neck and back pain when looking down could be caused by knots from overused connective tissues, neck muscles, or a muscle strain. (
  • No matter the cause of your neck pain, seeking medical advice for neck pain treatment informs you about your specific neck pain issues, as well as the proper course of treatment. (
  • Do you suffer from rheumatoid arthritis neck pain and dizziness? (
  • Your neck pain doctor uses a special x-ray to find the exact facet joints in your cervical spine that are causing issues and injects them with a local anesthetic and a steroid. (
  • Should I use a lidocaine patch for a pinched nerve in the neck, or can you use a lidocaine patch on your neck for pain relief? (
  • Instead, meet with the pain doctors at Pain Treatment Specialists to see how their cutting-edge neck pain treatment improves your range of motion and decreases your pain. (
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  • At Pain Treatment Specialists, the answer to "what doctor treats back and neck pain? (
  • An interventional pain doctor provides medical advice about neck pain, back pain, hip pain, and knee pain from the perspective of someone who wants every patient to avoid surgery unless it is medically necessary. (
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  • We will develop the theme of Neck Pain and Muscle Relaxation Techniques . (
  • Are you looking for a meditation to relieve neck pain ? (
  • Always consult with your doctor first, before taking any self-help approach to dealing with neck pain through meditation or any other of the proven non-drug methods of pain relief. (
  • Let's see how we can do a massage on our own necks, to remove contractures and mild temporary pain. (
  • This article will help you understand some of the causes of neck pain, and give you a meditation technique to help you deal with chronic pain in your upper back, shoulders, and neck. (
  • Do you have friends or family with back and neck pain? (
  • Extensive neck strains can cause inflammation, pain and require more recovery time. (
  • In acute cervical sprain, the athlete complains of a jammed-neck sensation, with localized pain in the neck. (
  • Pain, swelling, and tenderness may become evident as local bleeding occurs into the torn muscle fibers. (
  • Pain during rotation, flexion, or extension against resistance indicates inflammation or damage of the respective muscles. (
  • Pain in an inflamed facet joint may be elicited by simultaneous neck extension and rotation. (
  • Bogduk N. The anatomy and pathophysiology of neck pain. (
  • What is neck pain? (
  • Neck pain can range from mild discomfort to disabling, chronic pain. (
  • What causes neck pain? (
  • Many different things can cause neck pain, including injury, age-related disorders, and inflammatory disease. (
  • What are the symptoms of neck pain? (
  • Sometimes other symptoms occur along with neck pain, such as headaches or weakness in your arm or hand. (
  • How is neck pain diagnosed? (
  • How is neck pain treated? (
  • Treatment for neck pain is advised to prevent any future injury or damage. (
  • Neck pain linked to changes in bowel or bladder function, weakness, or loss of sensation can be a sign of serious injury to the nerves. (
  • Neck pain can result from many different causes, including injury, age-related disorders, and inflammatory disease. (
  • Also told about pain in neck running down into arms. (
  • Nicola, LMT can help you if you have any of the following pain issues: Neck Pain, Shoulder & Arm Pain, Low Back Pain, Hamstring and Calf Injuries, Chronic Pain, Stress Relief, Sciatica, and Carpal Tunnel Relief. (
  • Examinees who had a history of myocardial infarction within the past six weeks, chest or abdominal surgery within the past three weeks, knee surgery or knee replacement surgery, severe back pain, a history of brain aneurysm or stroke were excluded from the muscle strength exam. (
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  • When this happens, expect yourself to deal with upper neck pain, which doctors refer to as cervical spondylosis. (
  • If you also experience recurring neck pain due to osteoarthritis, this guide can provide you with the information you need to cope better. (
  • Neck pain, leg or arm muscle weakness, and bladder incontinence are signs of spinal stenosis. (
  • Recently, upper cervical chiropractors across the country have seen increased patient visits due to upper neck pain from remote working. (
  • While they have already recovered from their injuries, they still experience lingering neck pain, indicating that they suffered from cervical subluxation. (
  • Case studies reveal that most chronic neck pain stems from misaligned upper neck bones or the C1 and C2. (
  • Dealing with constant neck pain can be challenging, especially if you're always busy running errands. (
  • Massage therapy can also help address chronic issues such as back pain or neck pain by helping to loosen up tight muscles that may be causing discomfort. (
  • It can cause mild to severe pain in your head, neck, and behind your eyes. (
  • 34. Fernández-de-Las-Peñas C, Galán-Del-Río F, Alonso-Blanco C, Jiménez-García R, Arendt-Nielsen L, Svensson P. Referred pain from muscle trigger points in the masticatory and neck-shoulder musculature in women with temporomandibular disoders. (
  • Extended resting can really create serious conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, weakness of the jaw muscle mass, and damages to the inner ear. (
  • These illnesses are usually characterized by the acute onset of fever with headache, myalgia, stiff neck, altered mental status, seizures, limb weakness, or cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) pleocytosis. (
  • Other physical complaints may include vertigo, stiff neck, or muscle weakness without progression to more clinically apparent neurological involvement. (
  • AFM affects the area of the spinal cord called the gray matter of the spinal cord, and this causes the sudden onset of muscle weakness and loss of reflexes, usually in the arms or legs. (
  • But it can also cause neck weakness or facial weakness, or even weakness of the muscles needed for breathing. (
  • This human anatomy diagram with labels depicts and explains the details and or parts of the Name Of Neck Muscles . (
  • Learning muscle anatomy is no piece of cake! (
  • Simplify your studies with these time-saving muscle anatomy reference charts . (
  • Head & Neck Cancer Self Exam (you know the most about your anatomy! (
  • Here are some simple tips to help relax your neck. (
  • Finally, get up and walk around to help relax the muscles in the whole spine. (
  • Also called muscle cramps , muscle spasms occur when a muscle contracts and can't relax. (
  • Heat will relax your muscles, relieving spasm, and promote blood supply to the damaged tissues, stimulating healing. (
  • How Do You Relax Tight Neck Muscles? (
  • What if there was a neck relax massager that could provide you a quick remedy to such problems? (
  • Take some time off your work to stretch and relax your muscles whenever you can. (
  • This causes bands or knots that occur when your muscles can't fully relax. (
  • When we get stressed, our muscles constrict and then don't always relax. (
  • Great for muscles that won't relax. (
  • The chiropractor can perform adjustments to the cervical and lumbar spine that will alleviate the pressure, allowing the muscles to relax into their proper state. (
  • This practice has been shown to reduce stress, relax tight muscles, minimize inflammation, and even improve circulation throughout the body. (
  • If you get flu-like symptoms such as fever, headache and muscle aches, you should report this to your health care provider, since [TB369 trade name] may be the cause. (
  • In were classified as definite cases of R. africae infection if patients, ATBF manifests as an acute, febrile, and influen- this rickettsia was isolated from clinical specimens or a zalike illness, frequently accompanied by severe headache, positive PCR detection was associated with a positive prominent neck muscle myalgia, inoculation eschars serologic test result. (
  • Patient with at least two of the following signs or symptoms without other known reasons: fever >37.5 °C, headache, stiff neck, vomiting, paralysis or loss of consciousness. (
  • Neck muscles contract to adjust the posture of the head throughout the course of a day and have some of the greatest endurance of any muscles in the body. (
  • Poor posture, particularly when seated for long periods, is a common cause of neck spasm. (
  • Evaluation of the athlete's posture may also be useful, as minor postural inefficiencies may be magnified in the athlete and contribute to muscle strain. (
  • Sex, head and neck posture, and cervical muscle preparation are contributing factors in the severity of head and neck injuries. (
  • Today's exercise focuses on muscles that you may not have considered important for better posture and balance. (
  • That's why, as I mentioned earlier, today's exercise involves muscles you may not have considered when it comes to bone health and posture. (
  • This group of muscles is absolutely crucial for posture and vertebral density - they are involved in back extension, proper curvature of the spine, and holding the spine in an erect, upright position. (
  • Stretch your neck by moving your head slowly in all directions. (
  • These muscles support and stabilize your head, neck and the upper part of your spine. (
  • Your neck muscles help you do everything from chewing and swallowing to nodding your head. (
  • Moving your head, neck and upper back, including your shoulder blades. (
  • Stabilizing and supporting your head, neck and spine. (
  • One of the largest muscles in the neck, helping you move your head, extend your neck and control your temporomandibular joint (in the jaw). (
  • They also help move the head and stabilize the cervical vertebrae (bones in your neck). (
  • Strap-like muscles in the back of your neck that help you extend and rotate your head. (
  • Five muscles that help you move your head forward and backward, as well as tilt it from side to side. (
  • Two muscles that control head movements from the base of your skull. (
  • Two muscles help you twist your head from side to side, as well as twist and tilt your cervical spine. (
  • If your head moves forward suddenly and then whips backward, you can injure the soft tissue in your neck. (
  • The muscles of the head and neck perform many important tasks, including movement of the head and neck, chewing and swallowing, speech, facial expressions, and movement of the eyes. (
  • Even the middle ear takes part in the muscular system of the head and neck. (
  • Working in pairs on the left and right sides of the body, these muscles control the flexion and extension of the head and neck. (
  • Working individually, these muscles rotate the head or flex the neck laterally to the left or right. (
  • Furthermore, the evoked responses were inverted on either side of the neck, consistent with a coordinated contribution of all left-right muscle pairs acting as antagonists in response to the electrically-evoked vestibular error of head motion. (
  • As a result, background muscle activity is required to measure a reliable response, and can be achieved by asking subjects to raise their head from a supine position and/or turn their head away from the recorded SCM muscle. (
  • The response similarities in contralateral SCM and SPL align with the agonist recruitment of these two muscles for head turns, and are thought to reflect the synergistic activity by descending vestibulospinal neurons ( 9 ). (
  • Synergies for these two muscles, however, are not fixed: they act as agonists during head turns and antagonists during flexion or extension. (
  • Packing the neck is simply defined as tucking the chin slightly and keeping the head motionless during a lifting attempt. (
  • Head and neck position in all weight training movements is something you must address. (
  • Packing the scaps and tightening the abs will be stressed to protect the back, yet the head and neck are given little attention. (
  • Make sure head and neck training is inclusive in your fitness regime to live a healthy lifestyle. (
  • I got really tired back neck muscles on a high head-whistle session i did, like i went to the gym only to workout these specific part of my neck. (
  • Your neck has more than 20 muscles that work together to support the weight of your head and facilitate movement. (
  • Sudden accidents can force your head to jerk forward or backward, causing whiplash or any other form of neck strain. (
  • Late complications of head and neck cancer survivors include neck muscle atrophy and soft- tissue fibrosis . (
  • Cervical muscle activation characteristics and head kinematics in males and females following acoustic warnings and impulsive head forces. (
  • These data provide insight into the complex relationship of muscle activation and sex, and may help identify innovative strategies to reduce head and neck injury risk in sports. (
  • Head and Neck Cancer. (
  • Management of head and neck cancer-based on cancer site. (
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  • In this project, a testbed was designed, fabricated, and tested to achieve the following: 1) Investigate the effect of neck muscle activation on head acceleration. (
  • Methods: In this study, we expect to determine the effect of directional awareness and neck muscle clenching on reducing head acceleration from an impact. (
  • We plan to study how a warning to initiate muscle clenching (100ms, 150ms and 200ms), affects head acceleration during impact. (
  • One of the goals of this project is to find the optimal time to provide an auditory stimulus before an impact to maximize the muscle contraction and eventually minimize the amount of head acceleration. (
  • To head a ball, the player needs to brace their neck muscles. (
  • The chiropractor will focus on the head, neck, and jaw, especially the Atlas vertebra. (
  • The Atlas vertebra, once properly adjusted, helps the head to sit properly atop the neck and prevents muscle strain. (
  • On the one hand, cervical osteoarthritis can also develop in younger individuals, especially those with a record of head or neck injury due to a car or sports accident. (
  • A common auto injury, whiplash, occurs when the head and neck are whipped from back to front, similar to how a whip is cracked. (
  • Standing relaxes the muscles in your head and neck. (
  • Don't lift your bags over your head, or turn or twist your head and neck in the process. (
  • Regular oral pathology exams are extremely important when it comes to preventing head and neck cancer. (
  • Step 3: Turn your head to the right and feel your left side-neck muscles. (
  • Turn your head left and feel your right side neck muscles. (
  • Rapid injury can occur due to traumatic mechanisms that result in rapid whipping of the head on the neck (hence the common term whiplash), such as motor vehicle accidents, falls, sports injuries, or assault. (
  • The ERGO K860 will help reduce muscle activity by 21% in the upper trapezius muscle Compared to a traditional Logitech keyboard without palm rest -a key muscle in the center of the back that stabilizes and facilitates shoulder and neck movement. (
  • Your neck muscles are at the front, back and sides of your neck. (
  • There are three types of neck muscles: anterior (front), posterior (back) and lateral (side) muscles. (
  • I have a, what feels like a muscle strain in the left back of my neck. (
  • How can I get rid of extremely tight neck and upper back muscles? (
  • When I'm deadlifting, at lockout, I can really feel the stress on my neck (not the back but the front-sides, where you have two large veins). (
  • Never mind if that merely takes place from time to time, or even on an even more frequent manner, when you possess that kind of discomfort you need to know the best ways to relieve strict back muscles. (
  • A great warm bathroom with Epsom salts is an outstanding stress killer that are going to loosen up your muscles as well as have you experiencing kicked back. (
  • That's challenging to beat a really good massage to relieve tough back muscles. (
  • Workouts are a wonderful way to relieve cramping back muscles. (
  • As you can find, there are actually lots of choices that you can easily utilize to relieve tight back muscle mass. (
  • So how can I release the muscle knots in my upper back and shoulders? (
  • So what tends to happen is because we're looking at our phones and driving our heads tends to sit forward, So what we want to do is, you want to think of your chin coming back and your neck lengthening up. (
  • Exhale, engage the abdominals, chin back and lengthen the neck up. (
  • Working just the neck and back muscles is also very beneficial. (
  • Neck and low back injuries in wrestling. (
  • Use of accessory muscles of respiration (neck, back, and chest). (
  • Note the extreme muscle spasms involving the neck and back. (
  • Review the muscles of the back and test yourself. (
  • Let's start by taking a look at the muscles targeted by The Whole Leg And Back Strengthener. (
  • The hamstrings are also part of the muscles in your upper leg, but the hamstrings are in the back. (
  • Learn to love that crick in your neck, and the muscle spasms that may begin shooting from your lower back down your legs and then back up again. (
  • injected w/botox yesterday in my neck and back. (
  • When the neck is whipped from back to front during a car accident, while playing contact sports such as football, or occasionally from an assault or other physical trauma, a number of things can happen to the spine and surrounding soft tissue. (
  • Back Muscle Fetish. (
  • Muthul gathered all his power and rage, ran up to the camel, jumped on its back and dug his teeth into the animal's neck, but didn't snap it. (
  • Over the past few months, complaints of neck and back soreness, eye strain, and throat hoarseness after hours of speaking on end in virtual meeting platforms like Zoom, Google Meet, and WhatsApp have continued to rise. (
  • Tuck the support behind your back and just above the beltline and lay another pillow across the gap between your neck and the headrest. (
  • You will be asked about the type and severity of your current symptoms, and any circumstances that might have caused your neck to spasm. (
  • For symptoms generated by overwork, stress, muscle injury or similar, the following treatments should provide relief. (
  • Quoted from the page, a stiff neck can be a sign of several dangerous diseases such as high blood pressure, a pinched neck nerve, or because of the early symptoms of meningitis. (
  • Many things can cause a stiff neck, from the effects of stress to symptoms of dangerous diseases. (
  • If your neck has been injured in an accident or other incident, this article will help you to understand if you have a whiplash injury and how chiropractic care can help you to treat it. (
  • If you are already experiencing a stiff neck, relieve this by gently massaging your neck and getting enough rest. (
  • After the first two or three days, you can apply heat to the neck and shoulders. (
  • Aches in certain body parts such as the shoulders and hands are mostly caused by muscle cramps. (
  • Or do you tense your neck and shoulders? (
  • The levator scapulae muscle travels down the side of the neck, from the top of the cervical spine to the scapula (shoulder blade). (
  • The longissimus capitis muscle is a long flat muscle on the side of the neck. (
  • A physical therapist understands how to gently stretch your neck without creating additional stress or strain. (
  • Unfortunately, the fibers in your neck muscles can tear if they stretch too far. (
  • Take a brisk walk to stretch your hamstring and calf muscles. (
  • If you are pregnant: Fever and muscle aches. (
  • Gender difference was investigated and shows that neck muscle strength and anticipatory cervical muscle activation may decrease the risk of concussion. (
  • The aches around the shoulder, neck and left hand have not gone away for several months, if you massage it for only a day, it heals the next day and is sore again and often crackles. (
  • Have you ever seen a muscular guy with a tiny pencil-neck? (
  • La polimialgia reumática causa dolor muscular y rigidez en los hombros, la parte superior de los brazos, el área de la cadera y, a veces, en el cuello. (
  • However, if you regularly have tight or stiff neck muscles, maybe it's time to think about your workspace ergonomics. (
  • Due to the unique structure and flexibility of the neck, many conditions or injuries can cause neck muscles to spasm. (
  • Common injuries that cause neck strains include falls, sports injuries, auto accidents, and bike accidents. (
  • Even if your neck can handle a specific activity or motion, several repetitions can cause neck muscle strain.Many repetitive motion injuries can be work-related injuries and you should contact a worker's comp attorney if employer does not agree to cover treatment. (
  • Neck injuries in football players. (
  • Injuries of neck and shoulder significantly contribute to morbidity among healthcare worker s. (
  • Learning about neck strains can help you deal with the issue immediately and find working solutions. (
  • Your levator scapulae and trapezius are the two long neck muscles most vulnerable to neck strains. (
  • Neck strains vary from one patient to another based on the location and the size. (
  • Typically, muscle strains can heal independently and don't need specialized care. (
  • Results :In this study, the muscle contraction of both upper trapezius muscle in stress group were higher than non-stress group significantly. (
  • While most muscles connect to and move only bones, facial muscles mostly connect bones to skin. (
  • These muscles, including the zygomaticus major and orbicularis oris, pull on the skin to produce a seemingly infinite number of facial expressions and to move the lips and cheeks during speech and eating. (
  • Running expert Sascha explains, "Muscle soreness is caused by micro-tears in the muscle tissue that occur after repeatedly straining muscles or a very tough workout. (
  • Your neck muscles are part of a complex musculoskeletal system (soft tissues and bones) that connect the base of your skull to your torso. (
  • Given the widespread connections of both vestibular end organs (canal and otolith) to all neck motoneurons in cats [see reviews by ( 14 ) and ( 12 )], it is possible that all human neck muscles respond to vestibular activity and that any neck muscle could be used to measure cVEMPs. (
  • In conclusion, AR content differs greatly between human neck and limb muscles. (
  • Hello, The muscle spasms can happen due to a nerve root compression , spondylotic changes in the neck, fluid and electrolyte disturbances, inflammation and swelling around the spinal cord after the surgery, etc. (
  • branch of radial nerve 'movable mass' of muscles. (
  • When the muscles in the body are tense, this will indirectly make the neck muscles tense and cause stiff neck or neck cramps. (
  • This can cause the muscles to become tense and cause soreness. (
  • Like all other skeletal muscles in the body, neck muscles contain lots of tiny, elastic fibers that allow the muscles to contract. (
  • Glucose metabolism of the brain and skeletal muscles was measured and compared between the two conditions. (
  • Glucose uptake in skeletal muscles showed a trend toward decreased metabolism after SMT, although the difference was not significant. (
  • Tight neck muscles won't stand a chance! (
  • Tight Neck Muscles - Lean Away from It! (
  • Today I had a student come up to me and ask me what she could do about her tight neck. (
  • If this is not very easy for you to do because of tight neck and shoulder muscles, give this Chair Lean a try. (
  • This lesson is about the deep muscles making up the side of our neck. (
  • These muscles include the glutes, quads, hamstrings, and erector spinae (a group of deep muscles that run from your neck to your pelvis). (
  • Overhead lifting of a carry-on can lead to a muscle strain or sprain. (
  • [7] [8] In humans, the red nucleus also has limited control over hands , as the rubrospinal tract is more involved in large muscle movement such as that for the arms (but not for the legs, as the tract terminates in the superior thoracic region of the spinal cord). (
  • It can narrow the spaces within the spinal column, compressing and irritating the spinal cord and hurting the surrounding nerves and muscles. (
  • Other types of muscles in the body - cardiac (in the heart) and smooth (in hollow organs like your stomach) - are involuntary, which means they work without you having to think about it. (
  • A CT scan shows detailed images of any part of the body, including the bones, muscles, fat, and organs. (
  • Marfan syndrome is a genetic disorder that affects the body's ability to make healthy connective tissue, which supports the bones, muscles, organs, and tissues in your body. (
  • Muscles contain fibers that contract (get smaller), allowing you to perform lots of different movements. (
  • Skeletal muscle fibers are red and white, so the muscles look striated (striped or streaked). (
  • It's the result of overstretching or tearing the muscle fibers. (
  • Each muscle contains bundles of fibers that enable muscle movement. (
  • Other causes of neck muscle strain include awkward positions while sleeping or staring at your phone screen for many hours. (
  • From the front, these muscles begin at your jaw and extend to your collarbone at the top of your chest. (
  • Thin sheet of muscle that covers part of your shoulder and upper chest, extending up the jaw. (
  • HST principles apply to neck muscles the same way they do to arms, thighs, and chest. (
  • The neck, anatomically known as the cervical spine, is constructed of seven cylindrical stacked vertebrae, beginning at the base of the skull and ending at the beginning of the thoracic spine. (
  • If you have spine issues, muscle spasms can develop from the muscles being fatigued from having to help support a diseased spine. (
  • However, sometimes, it can impact even the cervical spine or neck. (
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  • As for the eye, six extrinsic eye muscles provide superior, inferior, lateral, and medial motion, as well as rotation of the eyeball. (
  • Brachioradialis is the first muscle lateral to your pronation-supination. (
  • Biphasic responses to vestibular stimuli have also been reported in the dorsally located splenius capitis (SPL) muscle ( 3 - 9 ). (
  • Iona says, outright, that Henry is wrong - she has far more experience choking people and the multiple sessions had given Richard strong neck muscles, choking did not kill him. (
  • [6] The red nucleus may play an additional role in controlling muscles of the shoulder and upper arm via projections of its magnocellular part. (
  • She pointed to the space on the left side of her neck and down into her upper shoulder area. (
  • When the upper neck bones - the C1 and C2 - get misaligned, they can impinge on nearby muscles and nerves. (
  • Most of the patients who seek upper cervical chiropractic adjustments have a history of neck trauma or injury. (
  • A stiff neck often occurs when you've "slept wrong" and wake up with decreased range of motion and soreness. (
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the immunohistochemical expression of androgen receptors (AR) in human vastus lateralis and trapezius muscles and to determine whether long-term strength training and self-administration of androgenic-anabolic steroids are accompanied by changes in AR content. (
  • Of these, four extrinsic muscle sets (connecting the tongue to the surrounding bones) move the tongue in virtually any direction, with fine shape changes (such as for speech) the province of the four intrinsic tongue muscles. (